#1
Hey guys, I just got done playing and realized that I don't like the pick I'm using. I use both the regular, black, Jazz III's and the Ultex, yellow, ones and they both have too much "twang" in the attack they give.

So, I was looking around for a pick that has a defined attack, but not as defined as the Jazz III's. I want to be a shredder so no thin picks either. I have tried most of the ones that they have at my local music store. They have Dunlop Standards, Gator Grips, Nylons, and Wedges. They also have Fender Celluloids and various other picks that are kinda off-brand things.

Anyways, I've tried all of those () and nothing seems to work for me. The only way I was able to get my hands on the Jazz III's was through Musiciansfriend.com.

I'm only looking for suggestions on what I could try next.

Then again, could that "twang" be because I have a bad amp with bad tone?
#4
You could try these

http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dava-Control-Pick?sku=110700

The guy at the music store recommended it to me, and I think they're great, and have awesome grip.

They're like jazz lll's but a little bit thinner, and bigger.
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#5
why not stubby? most shreders seem to like them
also they can be thicker than jazz III or maybe jazz I
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#6
These...

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/navigation?q=pro+plec&st=

Love them, I use the small pointed teardrop. Its a tad smaller then a Jazz III, nicknamed the mandolin pick from Fender. Quite a bit of guitarists use picks this size including David Gilmour. Which I found out after I tried it.
Found them in my local store by accident and loved them, then bought a bunch more. The pick glides off the strings really smooth, you don't get that plucky sound and give a really nice tone and feel.
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You could try these

http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dava-Control-Pick?sku=110700

The guy at the music store recommended it to me, and I think they're great, and have awesome grip.

They're like jazz lll's but a little bit thinner, and bigger.

+1 I was gonna suggest that/

It could be your amp though. You have an MG.
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#10
check out v picks, eric johnson jazz III (much smoother) or jazz 2s?
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#11
207 rounded jazz pick by Dunlop, I think. v-pick has rounded picks too, ricey but good.